What if your T-shirt could save the world?
All of its clothing is organically grown and ethically built from hemp and organic cotton. Hemp uses a fraction of the water required by conventional cotton and needs none of the pesticides.
THTC’s garment workers are paid living wages – or better – in their respective countries, helping build and maintain strong communities that are free from the cycle of labour exploitation.
Most of THTC’s 150 designs are printed with water-based inks, free from petroleum-based plastics. This means that the majority of its garments can actually be recycled, and many of THTC’s collections directly support charitable partners. World Land Trust, for example, receives 15% of every ‘King David’ design THTC’s sell, which helps to safeguard endangered habitats across the world.
So yes, your T-shirt can indeed save the world.
THTC also produces private label ranges for organisations looking to make their own sustainable merchandise or uniform, and provides eco-consultancy services for green and ‘slow’ fashion startups.